The Great Basin

A film by Chivas DeVinck

From below the earth to the stars, The Great Basin is a documentary feature that builds a complex panorama of rural Nevada, in the Western United States, through a tapestry of characters who work, live, and play there. The Great Basin is the location of the “Loneliest Road in America” and can be seen as a microcosm of the economic, social, and ecological marginalization of 21st-century rural communities.

Screenings

11/27/22
Regal Meridian - Seattle, WA
11/28/22
Regal Fox Tower - Portland, OR
12/12/22
4 Star Theater - San Francisco, CA
12/16 - 12/22/22
Quad Cinema - New York, NY

The Great Basin

Directed and produced by: Chivas DeVinck

Edited by: Matthieu Laclau and Yann-Shan Tsai

Original music by: Felicia Atkinson

Director of photography: Yoshio Kitagawa

Sound Design: Li Dan-Feng

Title design: Bob Dewhurst

Running time: 92 minutes

Image: Color and B&W

Country: USA

Aspect ratio: 1.85

Sound: Dolby 5:1

Language: English and Spanish with English subtitles